Make: Smith & Wesson Model: 48 Caliber: .22 Magnum
The Smith & Wesson Model 48 is a medium framed revolver that was first introduced to the market in 1959. It has a carbon steel frame, carbon steel cylinder, and an exposed hammer....(more)
Posted by Jason Brumett
The new Governor made by Smith & Wesson is one of those handguns that offers the ability to fire .410 shotgun shells, .45 acp, and .45 colt rounds all from the same gun. It's concept is similar to the Tarus Judge another bad little gun. Imagine sticking a .410 loaded with buckshot and sticking it in your pocket, that would have to make you feel a little more secure no 2 ways about it.
Even if you aren't firing .410 buckshot, the gun offers the option to load 45 ACP, and 45 Colt. Shooting at night? Need a home defense gun? The Smith & Wesson Governor comes standard with those Tritium Night Sights that glow for years. The crimson trace synthetic grip assures your sweaty hand won't drop it, and the matte black finish just tops off this gun as a certified bad ass gun.
This is also a 100% made in USA gun. Post reviews and comments below please.
Side note this gun will work well with the Winchester pdx1 a round. If you are not sure what that is its a new round by Winchester that combines BB sized pellets with 3 larger disks. The buckshot + slug mixture is old dating back to around the civil war so that part is nothing new, its just making a bit of a comeback.
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